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mj1angier
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Joined: August 25 2006
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Posted: August 25 2006 at 10:31 | IP Logged Quote mj1angier

Well, I think that I will start of things here. I have a 2004 23 ft w/a with a    200hp 'Rude on the back. We got her new in Sept. 03. It was one of the last of the old body style- Full transom.

I think that I been overall happy with the boat- about 90%.  She does pound a bit in a chop. The two capt. seats are kind of crappy. Kind of hard to step down in to cabin- needs a two step set up. The fish box does not hold ice very long. Anchor locker is too short- have to make 2 piles on each side of anchor to get it in good. The fit and finish is good- not great. I still get trash ( bits of fiber glass, foam..) in the bilgs.

The 'Rude has been ok so far. Likes to eat spark plugs if you troll a lot. I have had to replace under cowl filter a couple times.

The size of the cabin is good on a boat this size. I am 6'1" and can leep good over night with my wife. We normal take precooked foods, so have not used the stove much. The porapotty works- but is not great

Ok lets here from other folks



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seatoit
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Joined: March 22 2005
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Posted: August 27 2006 at 12:50 | IP Logged Quote seatoit

I have a 2004 220 WA w/ a 225 Yamaha 4 stroke. Love the engine's overall performance, especially gas economy & lack of noise. Only gets up to about 35mph though@ WOT. Cruise @ 24 mph. Mileage is from 3 to 7 mpg. The boat gets pushed around alot on the shallow Albermarl Sound when the winds kick up. Gas gage never worked & the speedometer just stopped - - I rely on GPS . I'm happy w/ this boat but I'll probably go back to a 21 ' +/- center console w/ a porta potty for visability  and better gas economy.

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tarmon
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Posted: August 27 2006 at 23:29 | IP Logged Quote tarmon

Nice to hear you guys are enjoying your boats! 

I am the original owner of a 1999 Pursuit 2860 Denali. 400 hours total. Used it for 3 days of fishing last year, 1 fishing day all of this year. I really should sell, wife complains about the costs regularly. I tell her thats why I work.

I think if we lived on or near the water we might get more use out of the boat. Living in the midwest waterfront property is hard to comeby. The irony is we may need to sell the boat to afford a waterfront home.



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Daryl Bailey
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Posted: December 20 2006 at 13:38 | IP Logged Quote Daryl Bailey

Well, i'm the owner of a 2006 206DC w/the Mercury 150 Verado. This is my first boat, and I have enjoyed it. The boat handles very well in the Chesapeke bay and the Potomac River. I fished on it about 15 times this past summer and cruised with my wife and kids on a couple of occasion.

I'm 6'0" and 260lbs, and can actually fit into the porti potta enclousure. It has plenty of storage area. As well as a large fish storage box. My only compliant is it, only has two fishing rod holders. But, i've found a work around for that (portable fishrod holders).

Overall, I give it a grade of A-. Would probably buy another one when the times come. I orginally was planning on buying a Sea Fox, but I definitely can't complain about the Sea Pro.

Oh, yeah I always get compliments on how good the boat look. And, I couldn't agree more.

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